4th March 2021 - Primary PE, School Sport & Physical Activity Learning Event
3:30-3:45pm – Introduction & Guest Speaker inspirational talk – this will be from our local This Girl Can ambassador, Jo Barwick to share her physical activity journey and how she uses this and her ambassador role to encourage and support children to find an activity they enjoy!
3:45-4:15pm – Sharing best practice session – this will include practical examples and ideas to support a schools PE and activity offer that schools could take away and implement if they wish to do so.
4:15-4:30pm – Networking opportunity via breakout rooms - this will give you the opportunity to informally discuss and share your schools current work around PE and Physical Activity with others.
4:30-5:00pm – Physically Active Learning – Helping Schools Move & Learn, delivered by Bryn Llewellyn, Founder of Tagtiv8 & Ian Holmes, Director of Creating Active Schools Framework. Session overview:
As we know, schools have always been incredibly busy places with relentless pressures to increase standards. Meanwhile, the health and wellbeing of primary school children is on the decline.
- Physical activity levels amongst primary-aged children are falling from as early as 7-years of age
- Only 10% of children achieve the daily recommendations for physical activity
- Increasing numbers of children are leaving school classified as obese or overweight
Research from Ofsted and Sport England recognise these have been exacerbated during lockdowns over the past year.
Traditional approaches towards improving health outcomes for children focus heavily upon Sport & PE during segmented periods of the school day. But does this engage all children in becoming more active? Or does it merely maintain the levels of those that are active already?
Join Ian and Bryn from Move&Learn for quick wins - for teachers and children - as schools reopen more fully.